Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Sally Hansen-Petal Pusher

Since it's nearing the end of summer, I thought I'd show you guys a light pastel before the cooler weather starts to set in :)  This is Petal Pusher from the SH Insta Dri line.  A light pastel pink bordering on a creamy white.  The first time I swatched this I hated it, but I also wasn't very good at getting an even application.  The second time around, I got it a bit more even and I liked it.  I used three coats, no topcoat:




This color looks so classy on any skin tone, in my opinion.  Just light enough to not make me look like I have mannequin hands (and I'm super pale), so that's a plus.  Let me know what you think about this one!!

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7 comments:

  1. Lovely, very gentle and romantic..

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  2. pretty color, it looks great on you:)

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  3. I appreciate the pastel, but have a sneaking feeling that my fiancee would hate it on me. I don't think it'd go well with my beard.

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  4. Do you have trouble with the Sally Hansen's Insta Dry's. I love this color, but it takes forever until it's dry enough for me to do something with my hands.

    I feel as if the insta-dry is only dry enough so that it's not wet, but when I will do something, for example fold clothes, my nail polish will completely mess up.

    Maybe it's just me...

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    1. you know, i've never left it without a topcoat long enough to see how it dries on it's own. i'll have to check it out, though.

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